It’s been four months since Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux called it quits. But according to a new report from Radar Online, Aniston is doing everything she can to squash Emma Stone because of her new romance with her ex-husband.
Aniston allegedly flew into a furious rage about Stone and Theroux traveling the world together, and it is driving her crazy.
“It bugs the hell out of Jen that Justin got close to Emma during their marriage and she isn’t taking this lying down,” claims an insider. “She’s dragging Emma every chance she gets and warning pals like Jason Bateman and Jimmy Kimmel to avoid her.”
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Aniston is reportedly “fuming” over Theroux and Stone’s new public romance, and she is taking digs at the young actress’ reputation. The insider says that Aniston and “her squad” have a problem with Stone because she steals roles from other actresses – including her La La Land role from Emma Watson – and now Stone is in for a “rude awakening.”
The insider says that Aniston has a far reach in Hollywood, and Stone doesn’t realize who she has messed with. The source adds that directing her rage and gossip at the new woman in her ex’s life – instead of the guy who left her – is a pattern for Aniston. She did the same thing by directing her fury at Angelina Jolie when Brad Pitt left her for the Oscar winner.
The source says that Aniston is in “revenge mode,” and Stone needs to understand that she is messing with someone who has a lot of Hollywood friends.
Two of those pals are her Friends co-star Courteney Cox and Ocean’s 11 star George Clooney. Aniston and Cox took the stage last week at the 46th annual AFI Life Achievement Award gala to honor Clooney and took the opportunity to joke with the actor about the real reason for ER’s success – it’s lead-in was Friends.
The one where Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox hang out all the time. Oh wait, that's real life: https://t.co/6J4pobXLJV
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Aniston said that the success of the NBC medical drama has a two-word explanation. When Cox announced “George Clooney,” Aniston yelled, “Lead-in.” Cox then agreed that Aniston was right, and everyone needs to admit that millions were watching Friends and were too lazy to change the channel. She added, “Without us, you’re Chicago Hope, buddy.”
Then Aniston joked that Clooney was lucky that Friends remained on the air on Thursday nights because it paved the way for all the success he has had since. Aniston and Cox then told Clooney, “You’re welcome.”
The AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to George Clooney will air Thursday, June 21st on TNT.
Jennifer Aniston has not publicly commented on Justin Theroux’s very active dating life since their split.